The Stay Home and Read a Book Ball is coming up this Sunday, March 1, and we hope you will join thousands across the city in celebrating our most beloved […]
A message from Library Foundation President, Ken Brecher Dear Reader, In Los Angeles, there is no shortage of events to attend or destinations to explore, but on Sunday, March 1st, […]
Carl Zimmer writes on the newest findings on ancient DNA:
Before our program with Sean Carroll, read his article on the latest questions in quantum mechanics.
Did 2019 feel a little hotter? Check out what climate scientists have to say:
Mars? Early cancer detection? Climate commitments? Keep your eye out for these stories in 2020:
A cool, interactive end-of-the-year post reflecting on 20 years since Y2K with contributions from ALOUD on Science moderator Nellie Bowles:
Thank you for supporting us in 2019! As we celebrate the end of a productive and eventful year at the Los Angeles Public Library, all of us at the Library […]
Read about Amanda Stern, mental health advocate and the curator for this week’s “Anxiously Yours” program:
A timely read to consider for our program with Dr. Achuta Kadambi.